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  1. Davez

    Davez Newbie

  2. Austinpowers

    Austinpowers Loyal Comrade

    I have one like that but in orange. Mine was free so it will be interesting to see what it sales for.
  3. Wartburg353W

    Wartburg353W Loyal Comrade

    Interesting all the stuff that gets named "trabant".
  4. vdubbin

    vdubbin Loyal Comrade

    A buddy of mine has a Trabant radio. Space age branding, I suppose ("Trabant" means "Satellite" in German).
    It's no more unusual than all the Sputnik stuff you can get.
  5. Wartburg353W

    Wartburg353W Loyal Comrade

    In this case it's a mobile tool chest, so it can move around with you; as in the more literal meaning of "trabant" or "satellite" being something that travels along with you.
  6. tricken

    tricken Loyal Comrade

    if it was local and priced sub 100 bucks i would buy it as a nice tool cart, i would scrape it down and repaint it be fun around the shop with the car
  7. jfreakofkorn

    jfreakofkorn Loyal Comrade

    neat little box ... I would be all over it if I was closer =0/
  8. turbofiat124

    turbofiat124 Premium Member Forum Donor

    If the chest of loaded with special Trabant tools then the tools alone would be worth the $95 it sold for.

    Back in 1992 when they built the plant I work at, they installed "Fiat" floor drains or showers in the locker room. One guy said, "Fiat, going down the drain".

    I researched this to find out if Fiat actually made plumbing fixtures as well as automobiles but the two companies were not related.

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